Connecting with and empowering Indigenous talent to Northern Health careers
Indigenous Health is excited to extend a warm welcome to Indigenous candidates who are interested in joining the Northern Health team. You’ll have the opportunity to make a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of people living in Northern communities.
Northern Health delivers high quality care to communities across Northern BC, including rural and remote locations. Our success depends on a talented, dedicated and diverse workforce. We value empathy, respect, collaboration and innovation in our dynamic work environments.
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The goals of the HCAP program are:
- Make it easier for people to start a health care career
- Increase the number of health care assistants in health care facilities across Northern Health
- Support our COVID-19 response at long-term care and assisted living facilities, by providing more staff
Self-Identification is the process by which you can voluntarily declare that you are of indigenous Ancestry (First Nations, Inuit or Métis). All Indigenous applicants are encouraged to self-identify when creating your NH profile and resume and/or cover letter.
The collection of applicant aboriginal self-identification (ASI) information is completely voluntary. There will be absolutely no impact on employment or advancement opportunities if an applicant does not wish to respond. All information collected is completely confidential and protected by the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
This information may be used for Indigenous recruitment and retention efforts and Northern Health’s commitment of reaching a representative workforce.